Despite a two-year absence, the Evofit Super6’s touch rugby tournament is back with a vengeance with no fewer than 28 teams lined up to take part.

Twenty men’s teams and eight women’s teams will be taking to the pitch and scrumming their way to victory to raise money for two worthy charities, namely the Wales Air Ambulance and the Jac Lewis Foundation.

The Evofit Super6’s is a charity touch rugby tournament that was started back in 2006 by Mathew Williams of Evofit Cross Hands.

It was held every year up to 2019 but was then forced to come to a halt as a result of the pandemic.

As well as being a great, action-packed family day out, the tournament also offers the perfect opportunity to watch some quality rugby.

There are always plenty of talented locals to keep an eye on while previous events have seen Welsh internationals Leigh Halfpenny, Josh Adams, Hannah Jones, Alisha Butchers and Jasmine Joyce take part.

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This is the first time that a women’s only tournament will take place alongside the men’s tournament and organisers have confirmed that there will be plenty of prizes up for grabs for the winning teams, star players and the team with the best kit.

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There will also be plenty going on off the field with a live DJ, full bar, hog roast, coffee, cakes and desserts. Entry is £5 for spectators while children under 16 are free.

The event takes place on Saturday July 30 at Penybanc RFC, Ammanford. The first game kicks off at 12 midday and the final game will be around 5.30pm.